Research Assistant, Tachedjian Laboratory (Retroviral Biology and Antivirals)
Antimicrobial and immune modulatory effects of vaginal microbiota metabolites
Burnet Microbiome Initiative
Impact of a vaginal microbiota metabolite on epithelium integrity and HIV susceptibility
Intrinsic host antiviral activity against pathogenic viruses
Targeting novel sites on reverse transcriptase for HIV treatment and prevention
Infectious KoRV-related retroviruses circulating in Australian bats. Hayward JA, Tachedjian M, Kohl C, Johnson A, Dearnley M, Jesaveluk B, Langer C, Solymosi PD, Hille G, Nitsche A, Sánchez CA, Werner A, Kontos D, Crameri G, Marsh GA, Baker ML, Poumbourios P, Drummer HE, Holmes EC, Wang LF, Smith I, Tachedjian G Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Apr; 117(7):9529–9536
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